Masks are optional for all ministry gatherings starting 6.13.21

High School Ministry at PROV

Vision: To incarnationally care and shepherd young people through relationships on their journey of faith with Christ.

Prov HS gathers on Tuesday nights to have exhilarating fun, engage in thriving relationships, experience the living God, dive into the Word of God, and love one another.  
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Come join us at 7:00 pm on Tuesday nights @ 430 Hannum Avenue if you want to see your life changed.
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For more information please contact Ben Lynch at   or 484.624.2071

Parent Partnership:

At Providence, our desire is to come alongside parents and partner with them in their integral role in the lives of their children. If you are a parent, you are the most influential person in your child’s life. And we pray we can aid you in any way possible on that journey.

Please check out the resources below for parenting resources as well as trending information on youth ministry which we believe could be helpful.

Parent Resources:

YouthMinistry.comCenter for Parent/Young UnderstandingFuller Youth InstituteKristenIvy.com

FAQ:

Is it required for me to wear a mask to any High School program, event, or Bible study?

To follow and respect the latest order from the PA state government we ask that you make sure your child brings a mask to every HS program they attend. 

What precautions is the High School Ministry taking to protect from the spread of the Corona Virus?

  • Any time we meet inside, we will be wearing masks when we cannot consistently socially distance. We do this to love the most vulnerable in our community.
  • Games we play at any event or program will limit uneeded physical contact. (No bobbing for apples or human knots).
  • Any snack we serve will be single-serve. 
  • Any time we serve food or drinks at programs or events they will either be single-serve or a volunteer wearing proper personal protective equipment will serve the food. Hand sanitizer will be required before anyone can have food.
  • Again, we will be requiring face masks for any indoor program or any time when social distancing is not possible. 

Should I let my kid come if they have any symptoms?

If your child has any of the symptoms outlined by the CDC here https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
please follow the CDC's instructions and have your kid remain at home.